Marc Zwillinger Quoted in TMZ Article on Hollywood Poker Allegations

Published On June 24, 2011 | By Leota Tennant | General

Yesterday pop magazine TMZ called our own Marc Zwillinger to comment on poker allegations against celebrities in Hollywood. Stars like Joe Francis and Tobey McGuire have run into trouble as a result of hosting and participating in organized poker games at celebrity homes. TMZ reached out to Zwillinger as the “powerhouse poker attorney…who reps the interests of poker players” to lend his expertise on the legality of hosting home poker matches. Zwillinger backed up Joe Francis’ claim that “Private home games in California are not illegal where there is no ‘house’.” To read this article in its entirety click here.

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Leota Tennant represents the interests of a broad range of social networks, online-retailers, online classified providers, search engines, e-mail providers, ISPs, and other technology clients in legal matters involving privacy, data security, online safety, electronic surveillance and communication, and intellectual property rights. Her practice focuses on protecting her clients’ rights through investigation and litigation of claims involving computer fraud and abuse, data breach, spamming, phishing, click-fraud, copyright and trademark infringement, breach of technology-based service terms of use, and other unlawful online practices.

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